Bitplane Launches Software For Instantaneous Visualisation Of Multi-GB Non-Imaris Files
Published: Mar 13, 2014
Belfast, 12th March 2014 - Bitplane, an Oxford Instruments Company and the world leader in 2 to 4D image visualisation, analysis and interpretation, today announced the launch of Imaris 7.7. This landmark iteration of Imaris harnesses the power of parallel processing, enabling impressive performance improvements in both visualisation and analysis. Moreover, enhancements to the native IMS file format enable lag-free access to statistics. Imaris 7.7 also includes a redesigned Cells detection wizard and rendering engine further improving the quality and reproducibility of cellular analyses.
IMARIS 7.7 is 40x faster at creating the first interactive visualisation, over 2x faster at detecting and tracking objects, and offers a new, highly optimised Cells detection wizard. These remarkable features, together with Imaris’ renowned ease-of-use, are highly appreciated by both novice and advanced (bio) imaging scientists.
Dr Luciano Lucas, Product Manager and Head of Sales for Bitplane, said; “Imaris 7.7 offers scientists that do longitudinal studies a remarkable productivity tool leaving more time to critically interpret results. Moreover, I7.7 paves the way for a series of Bitplane developments that are highly focused on scientific excellence, leading performance and reproducibility.” To learn more about Imaris 7.7 please visit www.bitplane.com/imaris77
For further information please contact Victoria Gault on +44 (0)28 9023 7126, email email@example.com, or visit http://www.bitplane.com.
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Bitplane is the world’s leading interactive microscopy image analysis software company and was founded in 1992. Through their constant innovation and a clear focus on 3D and 4D image visualisation and analysis, Bitplane actively shapes the way scientists process multi-dimensional microscopic images. In 2009, Bitplane joined Andor Technology, a world leader in scientific imaging, spectroscopy solutions and microscopy systems.
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